Whether or not the new travel ban stands up in the courts, it is a piece of sordid bigotry.
Too often during this election season, a discourse of "bad manners" has paraded as insight while working to conceal the effects of power, politics, racial injustice and other forms of oppression.
"We've done it based on race, we've done it based on religion We did it during World War II with [the] Japanese," Carl Higbie tells Fox News.
In the interest of forcing our collective faces back to the instructive commentary offered by the deep, dark, truthful mirror, I present this cartoon as a battle cry, calling to action the hearts and minds of better men and women poised and ready to fight peaceably for a kinder and more tolerant future.
The Massachusetts senator has put the president-elect on notice about his transition team.
French descendants of those who once displayed the words "Liberty, Equality, Fraternity" in the streets are driving modestly garbed Muslim women from their innocent leisure. French descendants of those who once displayed the words "Liberty, Equality, Fraternity" in the streets are driving modestly garbed Muslim women from their innocent leisure.
After polls showed that a majority of Germans fear a rise in crime if people fleeing violence are allowed into the country, Amnesty International brought some Germans face to face with refugees in an experiment psychologists say helps people bond.
Suddenly I remembered where I had seen it before: The same kind of face. The same chin thrust forward, to produce an impression of force and determination.